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NFL Uniform Concepts

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doing something a bit different and releasing 15 designs at once. a couple are older designs i've done before, i've posted my Buccaneers and Redhawks (Redskins) designs here before, but most are ones i haven't fully shown yet. you can see the whole project HERE on Behance.

 

posting 2 of my favorites below:

 

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TAKING STATE   /   HOUSTON TEXANS

 

Only minor changes were needed for the Texans. The helmet now has a satin Hydroskin® finish (like the Vikings) with a larger helmet logo; because a charging bull logo should never be small. The jerseys and pants do away with generic stripes and now feature a Texas state flag design. I felt it was important for the team to make better use of the state flag as they compete in-state with the NFL’s biggest brand, the Dallas Cowboys and allows the Texans to proclaim themselves THE Texas team. “Battle Red” over Navy becomes the primary home option not only to differentiate them in the heavy blue AFC South division, but to position the Texans as the “anti-Cowboys”.

 

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THE INAUGURAL   /   ARIZONA CARDINALS

 

The Cardinals were founded in Chicago in 1898, and were 1 of 2 charter NFL teams in 1920. They are the oldest continuously run professional sports franchise in the United States. I’ve introduced a vintage brown to the identity to reflect their beginnings, a call-back to the original football pants. The 4 stripes on the sides of the jerseys echo the stripes found on the sleeves of the Cardinals 1930s design, positioned where they would be today, if modern jerseys still had long sleeves. The contrast collar also reflects past Cardinals jersey designs.

 

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I love the vintage fauxback vibe of your Cardinals concept and the side stripes really work. And I love the red socks with the stripes. You should add those to the red uniform too. I'm not crazy about the tan pants though. The concept is very strong and I get what you're going for but In a real world application, I don't think most people would "get it" and would be wondering why the Cardinals are wearing tan pants. 

I also appreciate how you always have a reason for doing something with every concept you post on here. Great work as always.

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Presentation is top notch as always Brandon! I'd say the Rams or the Saints are my favorite of the bunch. 

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Love the Texans' pants stripe, and agree with sentiments about awesome presentation.

 

Cardinals isn't quite as strong IMO. I definitely get a 49ers vibe out of those jerseys. Those tan pants just don't do it for me. Keep those red or white (or maybe even black?!?!?!) and I'd be much more on board.

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The Patriots uniforms on the Behance page look like the Montreal Alouettes unforms, but better in every way.

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These uniforms are absolutely gorgeous. Designs, presentations, everything.

 

Where can I grab this template at?

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This makes me so angry and sad.  Why?  Because we'll never see these on the field.  These are AMAZING.  Your rebranding for Washington is perfect.  I love the Patriots concept "because Patriots don't wear red."  The storytelling on all of these uniforms are incredible.  I can't wait to see the rest of the teams and of course, my Niners.  Absolutely flawless.

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